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>>> want to reach 100? probably only ever you're healthy and happy. big if. aging expert tells us how to do it. meet the brains behind zap poe's, he built a wildly successful business. i'm susan sikora. that is next. is that thing getting closer? look how high that thing's going. look out there, look at the debris. all right, give me the camera. no, just drive. i've got it. zoom in! zoom in! i can't believe this is happening. look at the size of that thing. it's everywhere. are you getting this? yeah, i've got it. what was that? it's the national guard. how'd they get here so fast? i don't know. pull over! pull over! do you have what it takes to head into the heart of the storm? check out nationalguard.com. >>> welcome to the show. i'm susan sikora. everything he will show your 100th birthday on the snuck kerr's jar. science experts are learning staying free of sunny ty, heart disease or arthritis can be in your control. how? a clinical associate professor of medicine at stanford university of medicine, one of the most scientisttive fix experts on aging and he has a new book the r
are using hormones. that probably has some of it to do with it. i think there is lots of factors we may not know, but fewer women are getting breast cancer. more women are living wilt breast cancer and there is a big push to have people survivorship be better so a focus on quality of life. >> we have some nas nateing trials going on at ucsf that are focusing in on end vend liesing therapy so rather than treating all cancers the same, they are taking out the cancer cells and putting them in a lab and looking at how the tumors respond to certain drugs and then taking that information and putting them into clinical trials. much more individuallized therapy not all cancer is the same. we're putting on cold caps for hair loss. it affects the quality of life for breast cancer. there are exciting data that say it may decrease hair loss with chemotherapy. >> a lot goes back to prevention in the first place. >> sure. >> there are things you can and cannot do. how much of this is genetic? >> 90% just happen. 10% are something that runs in the family and only about 3 to 5% are hereditary and due t
. >> it is with us at traffic, in work and in your home. that is the phone. it can ring and the chances you pick it up. >> a lot of people screen their cars, yes, i do, but the truth is, if i can't take a call at that time, i will get back to them later. >> part of it is back to the thing about being interrupted. people get interrupted by a telephone call, the average time they get back to what they were doing beforehand is something like ten minutes so by then your mind is out of what it was doing and you have to get back into the rhythm of it. if you're working in a very focus led time, turn your phone to silent if you don't have the discipline and if you to have the discipline, just let the phone ring and let the voice- mail get it. during that window of time you're not going to answer the telephone or check your e-mail. >> you mentioned priorities. >> a lot of people think some things that are priorities that should not be. how do you decide what a priority really is? >> most people what they prioritize is by crisis. what fire will be the biggest, loudest, worst. that is my a priority. the r
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